An Uvu-Manobo plays his Kulintang instrument at the Rizal Park during the opening of the 29th Kadayawan Festival. (Ace R. Morandante/davaotoday.com)
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A national survey ranked Davao City fourth in terms of “competitiveness” in development. But some sectors said the city’s leaders must look beyond those figures and look at a holistic and “people-oriented” approach to development.
The 29th Kadayawan Festival opened with a torch by Mayor Rodrigo Duterte. (Ace Morandante/davaotoday.com)
Farmers and the business community don’t see eye-to-eye with regards to what the direction Mindanao’s agri-business is taking under the East Asia Growth Area (EAGA) Triangle and ASEAN integration.
The campaign to increase renewable energy (RE) production will need “more aggressiveness” on the part of government “or else non-RE sources will just naturally come-in”, the government socio-economic planning unit for Mindanao has said.
An Apple service provider in the Philippines said iPhone users can now “have their phone units repaired locally and ready for claiming with 72 hours” with the launching of their Same Unit Repair (SUR) program.
Davao City youth activists protest the Supreme Court’s decision declaring as constitutional the Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012. The youth activists believe that the law will only be used to curtail expressions of dissent over the social media and the internet.
It’s a whole range of our sensibilities that has been affected. Nothing is good enough for us without the quality of the foreign stuff. And in our effort to experience the sense of the foreign, or the ‘imported’ so called, we exult in the thought that we are able to have imitated the alien thing
A councilor noted on Adoption Consciousness Week this February 15 to 23 that the high number of adoption cases of children raises deeper issues on children abandonment.
A mother of two daughters and married to a house painter, April saw how her friend was earning from chatting through the Piso-Net, a small Internet kiosk where one pays a peso for five-minute Internet access.